From one peak to the other, Bohol has a lot to offer, especially during quarantine.
It has been said that Mother Earth has a good breathe during the lockdown. It’s definitely true, and Bohol could be a testament. Because from the highest peak to the underwater adventure, Bohol has so much to offer.
And more mountain adventures are set to continue with the highest peak in Mabini, Bohol – Mt. Labawan.
Stretching across Brgy. San Roque, Mt. Labawan features a picturesque greenery with a magnificent trail. When atop the hill, you will be greeted by the cool provincial breeze. True to its name, Labawan, it will really ‘labaw’ (surpass) your expectations of a trek-worthy mountain.
- Ascend Time: 2 to 3 hours
- Descend Time: 1 hour
- Entrance fee: None as of the moment
HOW TO GET THERE?
Exact Location: Mount Labawan of Cabangahan, San Roque, Mabini, Bohol
From DAO Integrated Bus Terminal in Tagbilaran City, you can hail a van or bus heading to Mabini. You can just ask the driver to drop you off the public market. Fare is around P150 – P200. From the market, you may take a motorbike and ask you to send you to the start of the trek of Mt. Labawan.